Two years ago my teacher sent the entire class on an assignment as part of our Principles of Marketing subject in which we had to visit different retail outlets and check which company manufactured them. I remember going to one such place with 3 other class mates, with Note Pad open in our phones and discreetly clicking pictures of all HUL products. It sort of felt weird at first because we had never done the picture clicking part before, but slowly got used to it as soon as we realized that the line of HUL products was just never ending. We submitted the assignment the next day and that was the end of the story. But just yesterday, I opened the HUL website again as part of my semester VI Logistics subject assignment (yes I do get homework even in TY!). I was surprised by the products that I saw.
NOTE - The current law says it is mandatory to stand while the Anthem is being played. So if in case this law gets abolished : Q. 2A - Would you still have a problem with the National Anthem being played in theaters if you weren't required or '' forced '' to stand ? Q. 2B - Would you still stand for the National Anthem (on your own, out of your own free will) when it's being played in theaters?